Chocolate Turtle Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... top. You look over the entire city if Albuquerque and for mikes and miles out into the desert. It really is a fantastic ride but quite cold at the top Then drive in to the motel and spent the next hour arguing with our motel owner about the room they had checked us into. The bottom line was they were cross that we had booked early and got a cheaper rate during the Balloon Fiesta and so had ...
... me to use the computer. It, too, was sad facility with broken swivel chairs and locked bathrooms...and I was charged a dollar to use the computer for an hour. I am definitely not complaining but some of these folks probably did not have a dollar to spare. Leaving Gallup, we headed to Albuquerque. The plan was to stay in the Walmart for the night but it was just too frickin' hot. I didn't want to miss the Petroglyph National Monument ...
... San Jose with the skyline being increasingly dominated by Starvation Peak. Today's Route 66 follows the path of the earlier trade routes the Santa Fe Trail and the Camino Real and the places and street names are mainly in Spanish. After San Jose the road began to rise once again past Sands, Ilfield and Rowe during which time I spotted the Google camera car on northbound I-25 as I was on the southbound frontage road. At some point in the future I'll need to see if I ...
... We decided to sit upstairs in the "Cantina" and eat lightly. The food was excellent, and our server Bianca was great. Couple of local "Marble" microbrew beers were a perfect complement to my tacos. Went back to Bottger B&B, watched Olympics, off to bed. Tomorrow we leave New Mexico headed for Lubbock, TX, on our way to Fort Worth and Dallas (Wylie, actually) for the weekend.
... wooden cabin and other remnants from the Wolfe Ranch, including a wooden fence around a corral area, and a small covered cellar. Just past the cabin,there was a short spur trail leading out to some petroglyphs. We decided to skip this part for now and get up to Delicate Arch before it got hotter or more crowded.
We followed the dirt trail through the short green desert plant life and past sandstone rocks, boulders,and other ...